Oblivion Review – Wednesday Trending Topics

Oblivion_Preview_coverIs Oblivion what you want to see this weekend? Michael Moran gives you his opinion: I’ve heard quite a bit of negative buzz about Oblivion. Having now seen it myself I can’t, for the life of me, work out why. I really liked this one.

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Brian Bendis Spoils One X-Men Comic With Another

Naturally, we don’t want to spoil it any further, so we “blued” out the character in question.

In Walking Dead #109, “No One Died” (UPDATE)

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Oblivion – The Bleeding Cool Review

I’ve heard quite a bit of negative buzz about Oblivion. Having now seen it myself I can’t, for the life of me, work out why. I really liked this one.

Nine Posters For The New Arrested Development Give Everybody A Prop

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The New 27 – DC Marketshare Slips In March 2013

In February, DC Comics saw one of their marketshare figures fall below the psychologically important 30% mark. In March they have fallen further, both now under 30%. DC have a 27.09% share of revenue and 29.88% share of the number of comics sold in the North American direct market. The last time this happened with both figures was in June 2009.

Villains Month #1s Confirmed By DC Comics For September

Back in November, we announced that DC Comics were going to run a Villains Month. In which each title would focus on a specific villain, possibly one new to the title. Both new villains and old villains reintroduced. Back then it was going to be the May titles. Which is why we pegged the likes of Ventriloquist and The Prankster, both who are appearing earlier in Batgirl and Nightwing now.

Brian Bendis Spoils One X-Men Comic With Another

Naturally, we don’t want to spoil it any further, so we “blued” out the character in question.